Blaine: I’m a little confused as to what we’re doing here.
Emma: Well, um, Kurt said that you two might need a little couple’s counseling.
Blaine: Are you qualified for that?
Emma: Not really. Or at all. But Sam and Mercedes came to talk to me, and you now, I-I think they found it pretty helpful.
Blaine: Yeah, I’m-I’m pretty sure they broke up.
Emma: Gosh, they seemed like such a good fit, too, right? Brutal honesty is the cornerstone of any relationship. I want you to feel like this is a safe space for you to air your differences.
Blaine: Okay. Well, uh, first…Kurt has been texting this guy, and I got really upset. Although, a while back, I was sort of doing the same thing. But it wasn’t…
Kurt: With the guy who almost blinded him. Blaine, I sang you a song to express my regrets.
Blaine: Okay, if we’re here, to be brutally honest, there are a few things that I’d like to change.
Kurt: I am actively listening.
Blaine: Well, for starters, Kurt has a tendency to snap his fingers at wait staff. The cheesecake’s on its way, Kurt, you don’t have to snap your fingers, it’s not gonna make it come any faster.
Kurt: Okay, I hear you, and that’s something I’m willing to work on.
Blaine: Also, please stop slipping bronzer into my moisturizer.
Kurt: You look good with a little color.
Blaine: I only use lotion on my hands. It looks weird if a person just has tan hands.
Emma: Okay, Kurt, wouldn’t you love Blaine just as much if he didn’t have tan hands?
Blaine: And while we’re being perfectly honest, I don’t like that with every conversation, we end up always talking about NYADA. What song you’re gonna sing, what outfit you’re gonna wear to your callback, how amazing New York is. New York is the only thing we talk about now, Kurt, and it’s like…well, it’s like you can’t even wait to get out of here.How’s that supposed to make me feel? In a few months, you’re gonna be gone. With this brand-new life, these brand-new friends, brand-new everything, and I’m gonna be right here. By myself. You’re right. I have been distant. And I’m sorry. But I’m just…trying to practice what life is going to be like without you. You are the love of my life, Kurt. And I’m pissed off that I have to learn, for the next year, what being alone is gonna be like.
Kurt: But you’re not gonna be alone. I’m gonna Skype you every day, and you’re gonna come visit me in New York every weekend as far as I’m concerned. But I promise, you aren’t gonna lose me.
Blaine: I love you so much.
Kurt: I love you, too.
Fox is turning Glee‘s third trip to Nationals into an all-night event.
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that the network is combining the show’s 20th and 21st installments into one, two-hour episode on Tuesday, May 15.
But it’s the first of those two hours — which finds New Directions planning for the annual competition — that is likely to generate the most watercooler chatter. That’s because in the midst of rehearsing their new routine, Tina (Jenna Ushkowitz) suffers a mild head injury and begins to experience a different — yet oddly familiar — alternate reality.
The plot would seem to give context to recent photos from the set showing the cast swapping roles — i.e. Mark Salling (Puck) playing Blaine, Cory Monteith (Finn) dressed up as Kurt, and the aforementioned Ushkowitz channeling Rachel.
Tina’s warped perspective presumably returns to normal in time for Nationals, which serves as the focus of Hour 2.
Phoebe: Well, I’m no longer Phoebe Buffay.
Mike: That’s great! You changed you name?
Phoebe: Yes I did! Meet: Princess Consuela Banana Hammock!
Mike: Alright, then I’m gonna change my name.
Phoebe: Great, okay, what are you gonna change it to?
Mike: Crap Bag.
Phoebe: Mike Crap Bag?
Mike: No, no Mike, just Crap Bag. First name Crap, last name Bag.
Rachel: That was incredible! That was amazing! You’re definitely gonna win the prize.
Finn: I already did. But look, there’s more. I figured out what I’m gonna do next year. Can we sit down?
Rachel: Ay, why am I nervous?
Finn: Don’t be nervous. Mr. Shue made me watch Saturday Night Fever. It was really good, and I realized I’m a lot like Tony Manero. Except for the whole being-able-to-dance thing. When I saw that movie, I realized the way that Tony took on the world…I want to do that, too. I want to move to New York. Like Tony. Like you. I want to live in New York City with you.
Rachel: Are you serious?!
Rachel: I knew it. I’m gonna make you really happy, I promise.
Finn: Just…there’s more. Just wait. Uh, what was that acting show, with the swear words and the cool dude you made me watch?
Rachel: James Lipton.
Finn: Yeah. I applied to his school. I want to go to Inside the Actors’ Studio.
Rachel: It’s…It’s just “The Actors’ Studio,” but that’s great. It’s a perfect, perfect fit for you. You just, you know, you can’t…do this for me, all right? It has to be for you. It’s too much pressure for me to handle.
Finn: It is for you, but it’s also what I want. It’s my dream. I want to be an actor. I guess I was always afraid to admit it I want to be a great man for you, Rachel. And I want to see myself the way you see me; like I’m capable of anything. Dreaming big. I love you so much…and you deserve that.
Rachel: You’re my hero; you know that, right?
Finn: You’re mine.
I’m gonna have my friends call me Valerie.
I loved seeing them dancing!